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4 Mar, 2014

John Day   Good news from Apple this week for those with Lightning-enabled iPhones (iPhone 5s, 5c and 5) who are planning to buy a new car later this year. The company says its CarPlay in-vehicle infotainment alternative “gives iPhone users an incredibly intuitive way to make calls, use Maps, listen to music and access messages with just a word or a touch.” Automakers expected to offer CarPlay include … Read More

Suzuki, Subaru, Nissan, BMW Group, Ferrari, Nvidia, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Siri, Apple CarPlay, General Motors, Kia, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, MirrorLink, Mitsubishi, Frost & Sullivan, iPhone, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota, Volvo

28 Mar, 2013

Anil Khanna In a previous blog, I shared news of work that we at Mentor Embedded had done with NVIDIA to help enable development of Android applications for NVIDIA Tegra devices, within the Microsoft Visual Studio environment. This technology is a key part of the NVIDIA NSight Tegra (https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-nsight-tegra) product. Earlier in the month, we hosted a joint webinar with NVIDIA to talk about … Read More

tegra, visual studio, android development, Android, OSS, Nsight, Nvidia

5 Feb, 2013

Kamran Shah There was a recent discussion by a number of industry experts on “Latency”. It was an interesting read as the perspective of a hardware designer and software developer are very different. In the end the embedded system has to perform the function it’s intended for so the end system developer has to consider both HW and SW. This “Experts At the Table” series included the … Read More

MIPS, Nucleus ROTS, latency, Nvidia, Tensilica

21 May, 2012

Colin Walls Two weeks ago, I posted a guest blog from my Colleague Brooks Moses, who was getting ready for a conference, where he was presenting a paper. That event is now done and Brooks is back with his impressions of of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference … I’m writing this on the evening after the last day of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, wondering how a single event can be so exhausting … Read More

GPU, GTC, Nvidia, VSIPL++

7 May, 2012
Embedded Software

Preparing for GTC

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls This week, I am please to introduce a guest blogger. My colleague Brooks Moses is getting ready for a conference: Colin has graciously let me use this space to tell you about the things I’m doing to get ready for my presentation at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference on May 15th. So, hello! … Now, wait a minute, you’re probably wondering; what are we doing talking about GPUs? … Read More

GPU, GTC, Nvidia, VSIPL++

23 Mar, 2010

John Day One of the highlights for me at IESF for the past three years now has been Paul Hansen’s presentation. You may know that Paul is the editor and publisher of The Hansen Report on Automotive Electronics (http://hansenreport.com), a highly respected newsletter. IESF attendees this year are receiving a free, three-month subscription. There has been a lot of negativity in the news lately, some of which … Read More

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